Burrito Sauce

A little goes a long way

I discovered this recipe while living in San Diego. It is very simple to make and creates an extremely flavorful sauce. Aside from burritos, it goes good in ground beef, eggs and anything else that needs a Mexican kick.

Burrito Sauce

  • 2 cloves garlic
  • ½ onion
  • 2 jalapenos
  • cilantro to taste
  • 1 lime
  • 28 ounce can tomatoes juice drained and saved for another use

In a blender add lime juice and peeled garlic cloves. Chop stems from peppers and add whole peppers to blender. Slice onion in large slices and add to blender. Toss in cilantro with stems and process on high until ground up. Add tomatoes and blend again until incorporated. Keeps in refrigerator for about a month. Use 1-2 tbsp for each burrito either inside or on top or both. My wife skips on the onion most of the time when she’s making it and I tend to use the zest from the lime for extra zip.

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21 Responses to Burrito Sauce

  1. A gourmet who thinks of calories is like a tart who looks at her watch. ~James Beard

  2. wow this sounds yummy!

  3. TasteFood says:

    I love hot sauces of all kinds, and this sounds great.

  4. Loulou says:

    I am so trying this this weekend!

  5. mmmmmme is trying! I love burrito, and the sauce sounds delicious, and easy to make!

  6. sounds great…….I love making hot sauces and trying other people’s recipes too! thanks!

  7. korryn says:

    I will definitely be trying this one.

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  9. betchacanteatjustone says:

    This sounds really good, and something I wouldn’t have thought of to make at home! Will have to give it a try the next time we cook Mexican!

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  14. boogie says:

    looks like another recipe i must try!

  15. rutheh says:

    Sounds simple and delicious!

  16. KarenCooking says:

    This sounds like a great “go-to” sauce!

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